âWhat to do with the Roma?â is a difficult and dividing question. The facts are telling: Roma people are least educated and poorest, and unemployment amongst them is much higher than among the rest of Bulgarian citizens.
The new nationalistic movements blame the Bulgarian state that it positively discriminates Roma people, NGOs criticize the government for doing too little for them.
Part of the series âThe newly emerging civic movementsâ, in which we try to confront the representatives of the newly emerging movements with their opponents in a dispute of arguments, and not emotions.
With the participation of: Assen Krastev ( regional coordinator of Bulgarian National Union - Pazardjik) and Angel Dzambazki (head of the National Youth Committee of VMRO, member in Sofia City Council), who argue with Petia Kabakchieva (sociologist, SU âSt. Kliment Ohridskiâ) and Nikolaj Kirilov (Chair of City Council - Lom).
With the support of the Balkan Trust for Democracy